PA Grants Program

The PA Grants Program exists to support teachers and staff at CCHS in their efforts to enrich and broaden the educational experience of all CCHS students. We typically spend about a third of the annual PA budget funding grants that are:

 

• student-focused,

• meaningful, substantial, or rewarding for the student experience,

• consistent with CCHS goals,

• fiscally responsible, and

• unable to be funded via another source.

Grants are an opportunity for teachers to try something new, branch out, experiment, or expand a successful concept. The PA hopes to fund as many different teachers, departments, and new ideas as possible.

Featured Recent Grant

Fall 2020 Highlight: The IT department purchased Kami editing software to give written feedback to students during virtual learning. 74 teachers - almost half of the faculty - are using the software. Check out this video to see it in action!​

​Prior Year Grant Awards

  • Guest speakers and cultural presentations during World Language Week

  • Classroom reading libraries & board games for Spanish classrooms

  • Access to the documentary “If They Had Only Known” for the Health & Wellness department to use in their Life Skills curriculum

  • Monthly check-in breakfasts for the METCO program

  • Living history presentation for Latin and Roman History students

  • 2018 CCHS TedX conference

  • Clawbot kits for Robotics classes

  • Pottery wheels for the Arts program

  • A moving “Mindfulness Area” for all students

  • “Anatomy in Clay” resources for Biology classes

  • From Here to There Fitness Exploration program for the Pathways program

  • Supplies for the school-wide Cornhole Tournament​

  • Many more (view the complete list of CCHSPA Grants from Fall 2017 - Spring 2021)

Useful Links

FY21 Grant Application 

FY21 Grant Guidelines

Expense Reimbursement Request

To learn more about the PA Grants Program, email grants@cchspa.org.

To support the Grants Programs, and other PA events, activities, and educational programs,

make a donation to our Annual Appeal Campaign.

 

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Movable Mindfulness Area

The movable mindfulness space, as it was set up in the Spring of 2020. Students absolutely love the "soft space" and the peace of mind it inspires. - Joseph Pickman, Visual Arts Instructor (Due to Covid, the Movable Mindfulness Area is in storage and will be reinstalled when allowed.)